The winner of the Big Brother Naija All Stars, Ilebaye, amassed 30.08% of the total votes to emerge winner of the show.
This was revealed by the organizers after she was crowned winner by host Ebuka Obi-Uchendu on Sunday night.
Mercy was the first runner-up with 23.48%, while Ceec was the second runner-up with 23.41% of the votes.
Here is how Nigerians voted during the finale:
Ilebaye – 30.08%
Mercy – 23.48%
Ceec – 23.41
Adekunle – 12.61%
Pere – 5.82%
Cross – 4.60%
Kemi Filani reports that the competition was a fierce one from the onset filled with 24 different personalities from different Big Brother series. The challenges were difficult, and the alliances were formed and unformed, but in the end, it was Ilebaye who emerged as the victorious and deserving winner.
The journey to this triumph was not without its share of ups and downs. Ilebaye competed against some of the most formidable housemates in the history of Big Brother Naija. The final showdown featured a strong top six, including the likes of lMercy, Cross, Pere, Adekunle, Cee C, and, of course, our ultimate winner, Ilebaye.
The road to victory was paved with a load of nominations, black envelope challenge and head of of house challenge. The first people that were evicted from the top 6 were in this order, Cross, Pere, Adekunle, Cee C, Mercy, and finally Ilebaye, the winner.
What made Ilebaye’s journey truly unique was her controversy throughout her time in the house. She was a figurethat drew opinions. Many viewers perceived her as someone who played the victim card, often shedding tears in the face of altercations with her fellow housemates. Others believed that she was indeed a target of bullying within the house.
Her willingness to show vulnerability and emotion endeared her to some, while it left others questioning her authenticity. It was a balancing act that kept viewers on the edge of their seats, wondering which version of Ilebaye would emerge next.
Her highs and lows, victories and defeats, and moments of laughter and tears resonated with viewers who saw in her a reflection of their own lives.